Home for Sale in Dubuque, IA


Home for Sale in Dubuque, IA

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Just listed at 2070 Lagen Street in Dubuque, Iowa is where you will find this fantastic three bedroom split foyer home with a two car attached garage and over 1,500 square feet finished. 

You will love the quiet and convenient neighborhood this home is located in.  There is a nice deck overlooking a level fenced yard.  The windows, siding and roof have all been recently updated as well as the front door.  The lower level offers a family and laundry room.  The Dubuque schools for this home are Kennedy Grade School, Roosevelt Middle School and Hempstead High School.

Please contact Brenda Charlson at 563-580-2345 or email me.

Home for Sale in Dubuque, Iowa – 995 Indian Ridge

Just Listed – Home for sale 995 Indian Ridge in Dubuque, IA 

On a quiet tree lined street just off of South Grandview Avenue in Dubuque, Iowa is where you will find this beautiful all brick rambling ranch home. Features nearly 3,000 square feet on the main level, finished lower level, three bedrooms, three and one half bathrooms, oversized two car garage, main floor family room with fireplace, large four seasons room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, main floor laundry room, and a bright spacious living room with fireplace.  You’ll love the Jack-n-Jill bath and sauna too.  Visit 995IndianRidge for more photos or contact Brenda Charlson 563-580-2345 or Diane Bertsch 563-580-1860 for a private showing.


995 Indian Ridge – Dubuque, IA


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For more information on real estate in the Dubuque or tri-state area contact Brenda Charlson, Re/Max Advantage Realty, 563-580-2345, Brenda@DBQhomes.com

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Home for Sale Dubuque, IA

Just Listed – 6318 Mandan Court – Dubuque, IA

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This fabulous West end walkout ranch home has so much to offer.  Open floor plan with over 2600 sq. ft. finished.  Features 4 BR potential on main level and finished lower level with 5th BR and office.  Hardwood floors, fireplace, spacious bedrooms, level yard and plenty of storage make this a perfect home. $239,000   Located off Seippel Road in Arrowhead sub-division. Brenda Charlson, Re/Max Advantage Realty 563- 580-2345   www.6318Mandan.com

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Home for Sale with Mississippi River Views in Dubuque, IA

You’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the  Mississippi River and tri-state area from this spectacular contemporary home.  Located in Dubuque, Iowa with views of Wisconsin, Illinois and of course Iowa.  Featuring an open floor plan with over 4,400 square feet of living space.  The beautiful brick courtyard makes a private and dramatic entrance.  This home is great for entertaining with an open floor plan, lots of natural light with floor to ceiling windows and two decks for enjoying the views.  For more information and photos of this beautiful home for sale with Mississippi River Views in Dubuque, IA visit  www.400Villa.com   Call Brenda Charlson, Re/Max Advantage Realty 563-580-2345 or Diane Bertsch for a private showing 563-580-1860.

6 Reasons to Reduce Your Home Price – Dubuque, IA

6 Reasons to Reduce Your Home Price

By: G. M. Filisko

Published: March 19, 2010

While you’d like to get the best price for your home, consider our six reasons to reduce your home price.

These six signs may be telling you it’s time to lower your price.

1. You’re drawing few lookers

You get the most interest in your home right after you put it on the market because buyers want to catch a great new home before anybody else takes it. If your real estate agent reports there have been fewer buyers calling about and asking to tour your home than there have been for other homes in your area, that may be a sign buyers think it’s overpriced and are waiting for the price to fall before viewing it.

2. You’re drawing lots of lookers but have no offers

If you’ve had 30 sets of potential buyers come through your home and not a single one has made an offer, something is off. What are other agents telling your agent about your home? An overly high price may be discouraging buyers from making an offer.

3. Your home’s been on the market longer than similar homes

Ask your real estate agent about the average number of days it takes to sell a home in your market. If the answer is 30 and you’re pushing 45, your price may be affecting buyer interest. When a home sits on the market, buyers can begin to wonder if there’s something wrong with it, which can delay a sale even further. At least consider lowering your asking price.

4. You have a deadline

If you’ve got to sell soon because of a job transfer or you’ve already purchased another home, it may be necessary to generate buyer interest by dropping your price so your home is a little lower priced than comparable homes in your area. Remember: It’s not how much money you need that determines the sale price of your home, it’s how much money a buyer is willing to spend.

5. You can’t make upgrades

Maybe you’re plum out of cash and don’t have the funds to put fresh paint on the walls, clean the carpets, and add curb appeal. But the feedback your agent is reporting from buyers is that your home isn’t as well-appointed as similarly priced homes. When your home has been on the market longer than comparable homes in better condition, it’s time to accept that buyers expect to pay less for a home that doesn’t show as well as others.

6. The competition has changed

If weeks go by with no offers, continue to check out the competition. What have comparable homes sold for and what’s still on the market? What new listings have been added since you listed your home for sale? If comparable home sales or new listings show your price is too steep, consider a price reduction.

The Big Day of Serving – May 5, 2012 Dubuque, Iowa

Imagine over a thousand volunteers sweeping into a neighborhood in need and transforming it in a single day. Picture homes painted, yards landscaped, parks cleaned, schools refurbished, graffiti removed and more. Consider the impact such an event could have on the long term quality of life for everyone in that area. This year, in conjunction with the City of Dubuque Housing and Community Development, Parks Department, and Habitat for Humanity, volunteers will be serving homeowners in the Washington and North End Area and in other locations throughout the city that needs attention. To participate contact Mark Beard, BCBC Community Director at 563-663-4599.